Since Leopard is Mac OS and bootcamp is a separate Windows partition, the install will not touch that partition. You might have to burn another drivers disc thought and run it within your Windows OS.So i pre ordered leopard. but i also have boot camp and a bunch of games installed.
How does leopard go about installing boot camp, will it wipe it from my hard drive or do an in the back ground update?
Yep. I just upgraded all three of my machines (no problems so far) and my MacBook Pro has Boot Camp and WinXP installed. There was no indication anything had happened to it during install but when Leopard finished, I restarted and held down the ALT key to get into Windows which booted fine. The Leopard DVD appeared to Windows as 'D: Boot Camp' and when I clicked it the driver installer started. It took a few mins to update everything and that was that. Games all work fine. Parallels also works fine. The only casualties so far are Fan Control on my MBP so I have installed SMCfancontrol which works with Leopard and the loss of classic on my two G4s. Also, VirtualPC brings up a small complaint about networking but otherwise seems to work but I think I'll remove it anyway as I don't really need it any more.As stated by Apple, the Windows drivers are on the Leopard DVD.